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Zyrtec vs Claritin: What's the difference?

Posted 8 Sep 2016 1 answerFAQ by Drugs.com

Zyrtec and Claritin are both antihistamines, but which one is more effective for conditions such as allergic rhinitis or postnasal drip?

Allegra vs Claritin: What's the Difference?

Posted 20 Sep 2016 1 answerFAQ by Drugs.com

Both Allegra and Claritin are antihistamines but which one is more effective or has more side effects?

Is Xyzal available over-the-counter?

Posted 16 days ago 1 answerFAQ by Drugs.com

Is loratadine oral solution 5mg/5ml safe to take when Im 6 weeks pregnant?

Posted 25 Jun 2017 by meleapetty 0 answers

I seem to have an allergic reaction to a small kitten. Symptoms are itching of the neck, throat, eyes also watery & nasal stuffiness , etc.

Levocetirizine - Can I take one 5 mg levocitrizine in the morning and one at night for itchy hives?

Posted 10 May 2017 by Itchi 0 answers

I already take one at night but for some reason the one 5mg is not helping with my itchy hives. So can I double up on it with no adverse reaction?

Hydroxyzine over the counter equivalent?

Posted 24 Nov 2015 by svt440 1 answer

I have skin writing (Dermatographic urticaria) and was prescribed a years subscription of Hydroxyzine. This works great, but in order to get a new supply, I must go to another appointment and spend the money out of my pocket, (thanks to my "wonderful" health insurance), and take time off ...

If I take Xyzal will I finally be able to stop the use of Prednisone after 3 years of use?!?

Posted 27 Mar 2017 by secall49 1 answer

Have been on Prednisone for 3 years for chronic urticaria. As soon as I try to be weened off the hives come back in full force. Could this medicine actually help me?!

Can I take famotidine 20mg and amoxicillin clavulanate?

Posted 20 Mar 2017 by caitlinsutt 0 answers

I was diagnosed with strep throat March 10th and I was prescribed amoxicillin clavulanate to take twice per day everyday. My strep symptoms are gone but I was told to continue finishing up the medication even after symptoms are gone. I currently have 2 days left of taking the amoxicillin ...

Do you can take Paracetamol and Telfast both?

Posted 10 Dec 2015 by Needhelp45 1 answer

Telfast is 180mg. Paracetamol is the common one (white colored pill). I do have urticaria, that's why I'm taking telfast. What more is I cant take many other medicines such as the NSAIDs family. Please answer fast as you can. Thank you.

How do I deal with balance problems when taking amitriptyline ?

Posted 1 Feb 2017 by wendymcmullan 1 answer

I was prescribed amitriptyline 20 years ago for insomnia and urticaria. I took 50mg every night, and it worked for both problems. But recently I have had a lot of problems with balance, and have had several falls. I decided the at old age could be the reason - I am 80 - but also thought that ...

I took Zyrtec 10 m11 hrs ago but now my ears and face is starting to swell. Can I take another dose?

Posted 14 Dec 2016 by Adsa 1 answer

My checks started to have an allergic reaction (urticaria) where under my my left eye has started to swell up. The reaction spread towards my entire cheeks on both side showing red botchy hives. My initial reaction thinks that my left cheek was bitten by something as I woke up with a small red ...

How can I obtain GLENMARK's Desloratadine 5mg tabs - they are not available from my local phamacies?

Posted 14 Dec 2016 by Julia G 0 answers

I suffered an penicillin anaphalaxis in 1988 and have been left with a multiple allergy condition - mostly a whole spectrum of moulds but also certain "additives" which cause unpleasant side effects including sweeteners and colourings. I have used Piriton daily for a number of years but ...

Xolair - Ive been suffering from itchy arms and more recently right shoulder since 1998?

Posted 7 Nov 2016 by Scratchy99 1 answer

Incessant scratching and apart from scratching myself to bleed (during sleep and sometimes not) I have no visible signs. This is not psychosematic as I am either itching and scratching or I am not. It seems to be greatly exacerbated by extended exposure to the sun but I have also experienced it in ...

Prednisolone - How effective is this steroid in treating urticaria?

Posted 25 Jul 2016 by Marz56 0 answers

4x5mg tablets twice per day

I'm getting prepared to start taking Xolair in 3 weeks for chronic hives. Has anyone had any of the?

Posted 29 Jun 2016 by Puertorican54 1 answer

... side effectd specifically cancer or heart related affects? I've been on predinsone 5 times this year. I had hives decades ago and it came back almost a year ago now. Thanks!

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